Black Monday (Aug 31)

August 28, 2015 at 12:18 am 54 comments

Sat. to Sun. (Aug 29 – 30) are the dates for the Bersih 4.0 rally. KL awash in a sea of yellow prophetic ‘sei’ T-shirts.

Turnout is likely going to be very high despite that the police have declared the rally illegal.

It will be the DAP-MCA racial unity show proudly on display.

http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-images-goldfish-jumping-out-fishbowl-image16814299

Chinese opposition supporters are filled with hubris and unable to read the Malay mood. Not that they’d ever had the capacity for any deep insight to begin with.

They’re obviously too bodoh sombong to try and understand the Malay psyche. Their Chinese superiority complex explains why DAP had chosen to bully PAS after initially hoodwinking the Islamists.

This contempt for the Malays and their religion also explains why MCA uploaded the cartoon deriding PAS – see below – that appeared on the party website home page on Wednesday.

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http://www.mca.org.my/en/pas-demands-of-blind-loyalty-via-ba%E2%80%99iah-oath-negates-democratic-processes/

MCA pas

Screen capture recorded on 26 Aug 2015

In his related press statement, MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chairman Ti Lian Ker criticized the PAS ba’iah which he deems as revealing of “how PAS demands blind and dogged loyalty”.

There is really no occasion for Ti to poke his nose into PAS’s internal party affair. It’d have been more beneficial if he had instead directed his criticism at how the Dapster family mafia has been terrorizing people who get in the way of the DAP juggernaut.

Ti likened PAS to “a retributive party akin to the terrorist group ISIL” over the PAS ulamas’ response to the DAP-backed New Hope. According to Ti, PAS’s treatment of its renegade YBs is like ISIL’s butchering of “its own disillusioned followers who desire to desert”.

How easy it is for MCA to allude to Malay Muslims as “Talibans” but at the same time closing an eye to the extremism of the evangelical Christians.

Fish

This Chinese triumphalism rearing its dragon head has come about from the insularity imposed by the DAP brand of fascism and the chauvinist party’s stranglehold on information flow. DAP’s militant cadres only allow the brainwashed Chinese masses to hear what the DAP fascist leaders want the community to hear.

Thus they’re portraying the Bersih 4 rally as showing one’s “love for Malaysia” – see tweet below from Guan Eng’s Twitter account. You can’t get more Orwellian than that.

The cold ‘war’ that they’re perpetrating against Malaysia must also be interpreted then as some kind of DAP ‘peace’ … right, like ‘War is Peace’ in Orwell’s 1984 and DAP’s 2015.

Alarm bells should have sounded when 90 percent of the Chinese electorate turned against the ruling party. But few Chinese read the writing on the wall because saner heads did not prevail.

Furthermore, the Nest of Evangelistas colluded and is still conspiring and complicit with the Chinese opposition. The MCA J-Star‘s media darling is Hannah Yeoh.

Hannah strap

Hannah gloated by uploading a Bersih global map as her Twitter strap – see above.

She also baited the Prime Minister and his Cabinet. It is perfectly in her Born Again character to do this. Always baiting others as “racist” and “extremist”, and sneering at others as “wicked” and “low class”.

Haters will hate potatoes

Hannah’s mentor Kit Siang is one who never will learn and we can only expect the same of his protege.

Today Lim Sr issued an ultimatum to Communications Minister Salleh Said Keruak that there should not be any jamming of phone signals during the Bersih rally.

Kit Siang even goaded Salleh to “ensure that the telcos expand their capacity by at least 20-fold in anticipation of at least half-a-million people with cell phones for the Bersih 4 rally”.

The arrogance of this DAP don.

Kit Siang

And this is the First Family of Grandpapa, Papa and Mama Dapster that has the Chinese community in thrall and ushering them to their Saturday date with destiny.

The overbearing Chinese spilling into the streets this weekend will assuredly behave in the same insufferable manner that an older generation of Chinese had behaved in a certain month of a particular yesteryear.

They truly have no idea how in-your-face their behaviour is. And they’ve no inkling either at how little patience there is left for their bad attitude.

I’m sure that the Special Branch and military intelligence have made a realistic appraisal of the planned Bersih rally. They got the huge size of the Hindraf rally correct which even Uthaya and Waytha themselves hadn’t anticipated or suspected.

But of course the Dapsters will not believe nor heed any warning about their excessive show of Chinese force, or be willing to to curb their exuberance.

It’s a little over 12 hours before my poll is slated to close but you can preview the result thus far. A total of 1,067 votes have been logged and 80.2 percent of the respondents believe that Bersih 4.0 will not be peaceful.

This is the Malay view.

Poll results eve 12 hours to go

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Pudin: “I bukan bodoh” Bersih 4.0 – Chinese who preach LOVE and “fear not”

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  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  August 28, 2015 at 12:32 am

    Biarkan , Biarkan , Biarkan !.

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    • 2. RD.  |  August 28, 2015 at 2:07 am

      Jika dibiarkan, amat sukar untuk memulihkan keadaan bila ‘nasi sudah menjadi bubur’.

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      • 3. tebing tinggi  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:06 am

        RD,

        Ada masanya kita perlu membiarkan keadaan ,jika tidak bertemu jalan penyelesian ,then let’s nature take it course .

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  • 4. RINA  |  August 28, 2015 at 2:09 am

    Satu dunia dok tengah bengkak hati dengan China after what happened last Black Monday crash, trillions or dollars lost and everywhere everyone masih dok ketak lutut trying to find ways to recover.

    What? Now the world is going to see the Chinese Malaysian pula monkeying around in yellow this 29-30th?

    Pasti bukan saja Malaysians tapi satu dunia akan rasa loya tahap nak muntah.

    Wrong timing la.

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  • 5. AYAH  |  August 28, 2015 at 6:57 am

    Mana ada ‘preventive measure’ yang berkesan lagi. Ah Jib Gor dah mansuhkan ISA ikut arahan LKS.

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  • 6. Ayam  |  August 28, 2015 at 7:13 am

    MCA wants to quit from BN just like PAS wants to quit Pakatan Rakyat and so far only PAS succeeds with Hudud card. MCA is currently finding something that allow UMNO and MIC to kick them out from BN but it safe to say they haven’t found it, at least not yet.

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  • 7. Orangkampung  |  August 28, 2015 at 7:24 am

    I miss ISA. Kalau tidak mungkin ada Ops Membersih today.

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  • 8. Orangkampung  |  August 28, 2015 at 8:16 am

    If Bersih doen’t go well, it will not only be black Monday, but Tuesday as well since all the markets will crash. And then every doomsday sayer who predicted M’sia will be the next Greece, will hve thir wish come true.

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    • 9. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:24 am

      The purpose of Bersih 4.0 is to force Najib’s resignation. If the rally does go well and is a success, then it’ll be a death knell for firstly Najib, then for the BN.

      Bersih is not what it claims, i.e. an NGO seeking “free and fair” elections. It did not care when the electoral process was abused in the Kajang by-election, and it does not care that the New Hope renegades are defecting and taking PAS seats along with them.

      It did not care that despite all the screaming about 40,000 Bangladeshi phantom voters and blackout, both these items were not included in any of the election petitions filed by the losing Pakatan candidates.

      Instead Bersih is a highly partisan, DAP hand-in-glove movement dedicated to regime change, which equates to a sneaky and subversive pressure to overthrow the present administration.

      Tun’s people should not entertain the wishful thinking that Najib alone will be brought down and at the same time Umno-BN’s position in Putrajaya remaining unscathed. Insofar as GE14 is concerned, if Najib sinks, Umno-BN will sink together with him.

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      • 10. Orangkampung  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:48 am

        I know what you mean. But I was referring to blood-spilled when I wrote if it does’t go well. Nothing about the outcome of Bersih 4 is going to be good for the nation.

        Dapsters should read the comments by the Malay bloggers on the Batu Pahat Bersih rally earlier. They are bringing up the spectre of communists’ ghosts in Batu Pahat and invoking the spirit of Panglima Salleh. Not a good sign.

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      • 11. IT.Scheiss  |  August 28, 2015 at 2:16 pm

        “The purpose of Bersih 4.0 is to force Najib’s resignation. If the rally does go well and is a success, then it’ll be a death knell for firstly Najib, then for the BN.”

        I doubt that Bersih 4. has sufficient support especially in the rural heartlands to be able to bring Najib and the BN down, however big their rally, sleep in or whatever is. Also, with PAS out of the picture more or less, that also is a major loss of reach into the rural heartlands.

        Besides that, it is pretty obvious that Bersih 4.0 is being deliberately provocative by insisting on holding their rally on the National Day long weekend in the same area where preparations for National Day Celebrations are being made.

        This is similar to how after Bersih 2.0 was allowed to hold its rally in a stadium, it then insisted on holding it in Stadium Merdeka which the authorities did not agree to that stadium and told them to choose another one but Bersih maintained its insistence and the result was clashes between demonstrators and police on the streets of Kuala Lumpur with hundreds of arrests.

        It seems as if Bersih wanted violence and arrests to give it more reason to condemn the government, the more arrests and bloodied faces the merrier.

        Basically, their modus operandi is pretty obvious now.

        The danger now, is that the pro-Bersih and anti-Bersih forces and more ethnically and religiously polarised this time than the time of Bersih 2.0.

        Besides that, I am quite sure that that the rural people could not care two damns hoots about the right to rally in the middle of Kuala Lumpur or in Dataran Merdeka which figures so big amongst these yellow-shirted, urban middle class elite, when rural folk and most urban lower income workers have bigger concerns over the rising cost of living and the effects on business of the introduction of the GST.

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        • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 2:48 pm

          re: “I doubt that Bersih 4. has sufficient support especially in the rural heartlands to be able to bring Najib and the BN down”

          Not immediately but it’ll be the beginning of the end and providing the impetus. Like BN losing its 2/3 majority under Sleepy Dollah’s watch, and then proceeding to lose the popular vote under Najib.

          This gave the DAP bragging rights to crow about, and spin, the BN’s “minority government” (sic).

          A big and successful Bersih 4.0 will pile on the pressure on Najib.

          Like I theorized in a previous post, this rally is done with an eye on convincing the Malay fencesitters that the Umno regime is morally bankrupt, and to quicken the momentum for a Malay push following the Makkal Sakti wave 8 March 2008 (propelled by Bersih Nov 2007) and the Chinese tsunami 5 May 2013 (propelled by Bersih 2011 & 2012).

          Bersih 4.0 is meant to galvanize the Malays to vote oppo in GE14, just like Bersih 1.0 galvanize the Indians to vote oppo in GE12, and Bersih 2.0/3.0 galvanized the Chinese to vote oppo in GE13.

          re: “Also, with PAS out of the picture more or less, that also is a major loss of reach into the rural heartlands.”

          There will be millions of young Malay and urban first-time voters in GE14. The rural weightage can only help BN so much. At the moment, Najib has not been dislodged from office due largely to the Umno system and the 192 (minus some) division warlords.

          re: “Besides that, it is pretty obvious that Bersih 4.0 is being deliberately provocative by insisting on holding their rally on the National Day long weekend in the same area where preparations for National Day Celebrations are being made.”

          DAP is always provocative, and sneaky.

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          re: “This is similar to how after Bersih 2.0 was allowed to hold its rally in a stadium, it then insisted on holding it in Stadium Merdeka which the authorities did not agree to that stadium and told them to choose another one but Bersih maintained its insistence”

          There is no way to fulfil Bersih’s demands. If accomplished, they will just twist and turn, or come up with new impossible demands.

          Their real purpose is not to acquire the democratic concessions – like indelible ink – but to use the list of demands as a leverage/weapon to arm-twist the government and to gain political mileage painting the BN as thieves/cheats/swindlers stealing the election, and “wicked” of course.

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          See how they throw baseless accusations (Bangladeshi phantom voters, blackout), wreak havoc from the negative first impressions and then move on to inflict the next damage on the next contrived/manufactured allegation.

          re: “It seems as if Bersih wanted violence and arrests to give it more reason to condemn the government, the more arrests and bloodied faces the merrier.”

          Madame Speaker’s aide tweeted a whinge about someone’s lil’ scratch from rough handling by the BIG, BAD police. See below,

          re: “Basically, their modus operandi is pretty obvious now.”

          S-n-e-a-k-y bastards.

          re: “The danger now, is that the pro-Bersih and anti-Bersih forces and more ethnically and religiously polarised this time than the time of Bersih 2.0.”

          They will reap what they’ve sowed.

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    • 13. IT.Scheiss  |  August 28, 2015 at 1:43 pm

      Yup! In anticipation of possible violence over the weekend I sold off my call warrants bought yesterday afternoon at a small profit and will stay out of the market till next week, though I am tempted to buy put warrants today which generally go up when the underlying share price or index goes down.

      Anyway, the KLCI’s strong technical rebound since Tuesday 25th August has slowed and though it broke the 1608 resistance level this morning to reach a high of 1621.240, it is now down to 1613.430 at midday close today, having broken below the 1616 resistance level.

      The KLCI declined steadily since 27th May and began a steeper decline since 5 August and this is just a short lived technical rebound within a generally bearish trend for the KLCI driven down by low oil prices, the ongoing politicking, the risk of political instability and the falling ringgit, and it could well plunge lower if the U.S. federal Reserve raises interest rates in September.

      Meanwhile, the Dow’s over 600 points rally on Wednesday 26th slowed to a 369 points rise on Thursday and could slow even further overnight.

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  • 14. wawe  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:50 am

    This bershit is the utmost economic saboteur. Kalau itu yang korang nak, we malays relax je. We have nothing much to lose. Kalau berlaku black monday or tuesday, baru padan muka pembershit ni. Dah la duit dah banyak vanish into thin air di prc, nanti semua harta benda kat sini pon hilang melayang-layang.
    Kalau dah nak jadi macam greece, dia orang dari bershit ni la nanti yang akan ramai terjun gaung. Tak fasal pulak genting hotels jadi tempat bungie jumping tanpa life rope.

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  • 15. Onsleuth Amir Yahya  |  August 28, 2015 at 10:23 am

    So long and thanks for all the fish
    So sad that it should come to this
    We tried to warn you all but oh dear!

    You may not share our intellect
    Which might explain your disrespect
    For all the natural wonders that
    grow around you

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  • 16. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 28, 2015 at 10:37 am

    Tokong said “Bersih 4 rally to show your love for Malaysia”

    I don’t think so. Bersih 4 rally to show your love for LKS and Tokong plus Anwar. If you really love Malaysia you wouldn’t sabotage the Independence Day celebration. Imagine having a civil liberties protest on 4th of July. Blasphemous isn’t it.

    For the Chinese this 31st August would mark they day 90% of the Chinese electorate betrayed the country. When 31st August is the day, the country remember as the day we broke free from the British, this Chinese generation will be marked the ones who soiled the meaning of independence by sabotaging the celebration. Worst of all the MCA who fought for independence now is sehati sejiwa with their mortal enemy DAP in sabotaging Merdeka celebrations.

    Mulan is OK when you 抗议 (object) but not until you 背叛 (betray).
    There are so many days these people can have Bersih. Why purposely on Merdeka weekend?

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  • 17. calvinsankaran  |  August 28, 2015 at 1:12 pm

    “The overbearing Chinese spilling into the streets this weekend will assuredly behave in the same insufferable manner that an older generation of Chinese had behaved in a certain month of a particular yesteryear”

    You have made a very important observation and connection. What their forefathers failed 46 years ago, they are trying to make it up in 2015.

    I think the removal of Najib is merely the means to an end – the ultimate objective is to take control of the country. If you read the plotters’ plan, it entails the formation of an Unity Government with some opportunistic old UMNO leader as PM with DPMs from PR. But under the government, the real power will lie with DAP as they will have the most seats. This will be another Perak-style (or Ali Baba) government with DAP running the show with a Malay face as a proxy.

    There is so much passion and anger among a certain ethnic group among my colleagues. I have only seen this once – during the last GE. They never been this passionate during the previous BERSIH demos. I bet that KL will be a sea of yellow (not just from the colour of T-shirts of the demonstrators).

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 1:24 pm

      re: “There is so much passion and anger among a certain ethnic group”

      I know. It’s fanned by Anger Mongers like Hannah Yeoh.

      re: “They never been this passionate during the previous BERSIH demos.”

      The DAP evangelista preachers herding their angry flock into the streets is not the wisest thing to do.

      But then again, during China’s Taiping Rebellion, the delusional Born Again Christian followers of Hong Xiuquan believed that their rebel leader was the younger brother of Jesus Christ.

      Police and FRU had better give the Yellow Shirts breathalyzer test – see if the unruly and disorderly Dapsters are drunk on J-Juice.

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      • 19. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 28, 2015 at 1:57 pm

        We are always thrown with the slogan What Would Jesus Do?

        May I ask. If Tunku had a fortune telling ball in 1957 and he could see see 29 and 30 August 2015 and he was about to ask for Jus Soli for the Chinese…. What Would Tunku Do?

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        • 20. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 2:01 pm

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          • 21. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:12 pm

            ‘Jus Soli for the Chinese’

            Bangsawan will be always be bangsawan, most like to take the easy way out. Unlike them, Tun M had warned Tunku about ‘the Jus Soli’ prior to Merdeka.

            But boy, did he ever listen…Tunku, Tunku…

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  • 22. Indian  |  August 28, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    This LGBT fler nailed it about Bersih aka Pakatan:

    ‘Now, before you think that I’m just a naysayer, let me be clear: I marched in the last two Bersih rallies. During the one held in 2012, I was hit with tear gas, and during the wild stampede, I actually fell and cracked my forehead open against the pavement.

    So trust me when I say that I have observed Bersih up close, and I have seen how manipulative and two-faced its organisers can be. They dangle carrots in front of you. They promise you just enough to get you emotionally worked up. You then feel obligated to pledge your allegiance to them.

    However, when push comes to shove, they blatantly refuse to show you any kind of comradeship in return. This is especially true if you happen to be an LGBT person.

    All you get are vague promises and zero commitment.

    So what if free and fair elections are held? So what if Pakatan seizes power at the federal level? Will they treat the LGBT community fairly? Will they protect us from hate crimes?

    Bersih preaches about democracy. In fact, they preach about it until they are blue in the face. And yet they refuse to accept democracy within their own ranks. They stifle free speech and honest expression. They blacklist those who disagree with them.

    So, no, I most definitely won’t be marching at Bersih 4.0. At the moment, I don’t believe they deserve my support. Not unless they take immediate steps to purge the corruption within their ranks and open themselves up to free and fair debate.’

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/comment/2015/08/24/im-an-lgbt-person-and-i-dont-support-bersih/

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    • 23. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 3:42 pm

      Note that Merdeka Center survey found “10 percent” Chinese to be against Bersih 4.0. This ten percent is a very consistent group!

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      Data (details) in PDF, here.

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      • 24. shamshul anuar  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:19 pm

        Helen,

        Is BERSIH is about forcing Najib to resign or TOPPLING UMNO?

        No doubt Najib is much hated now. He is seen as too ‘exclusive” bordering on “bodoh sombong”. No doubt the image is battered by 1mdb and relentless attack by none other than Tun himself.

        But he still leads a legitimate government.

        And why organise BERSIH just around Merdeka celebration? Cant they find a more suitable date.

        why Jalan TAR or Sogo? why not Bukit Bintang or Petaling street?

        The truth is that BERSIh intends to “cari pasal”. The bloodier, the better. It makes news around the world.

        Pada Melayu melayu bangang yg masih tak sedar diri, anda semua betul betul “bangsat’.

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        • 25. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:26 pm

          re: “Is BERSIH is about forcing Najib to resign or TOPPLING UMNO?”

          2-in-1 package deal.

          re: “But he still leads a legitimate government.”

          KND and Salleh Said Keruak should release info on how many of the NGOs supporting Bersih are actually registered legitimately with ROS.

          re: “And why organise BERSIH just around Merdeka celebration? Cant they find a more suitable date.”

          They wanna tumpang the celebrating crowd. Sneaking bastards.

          re: “The truth is that BERSIh intends to “cari pasal”. The bloodier, the better.”

          They should be careful as they might get what they’re wishing for.

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          • 26. shamshul anuar  |  August 28, 2015 at 6:14 pm

            helen,

            Out of curiosity, are Chinese that gullible not to realise DAP is using them for it’s political gain.

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            • 27. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 6:38 pm

              Perhaps they’re gullible to think that the DAP’s political gain is political gain for the Chinese, not realising that the power and juicy positions under DAP government are being distributed largely to evangelical Christians.

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              • 28. shamshul anuar  |  August 28, 2015 at 7:11 pm

                Helen,

                DAP is too provocative.

                I hope Chinese will realise before it is too late.

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                • 29. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 7:13 pm

                  They will not.

                  Buku akan bertemu ruas.

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                  • 30. shamshul anuar  |  August 29, 2015 at 12:25 am

                    helen,

                    I am afraid you are right.

                    What I see is that at every corner, Chinese is bringing themselves closer to clash with the Malays. The clash will inevitably turns to be physical. Low Yat incident is the manifestation that many had had enough with Chinese in general though many politicians try to deny.

                    Those Chinese whom I know simply refused my explanation that Malays are upset that BERSIH takes place in heart of “tempat Melayu cari rezeki”. These Chinese simply would not want to think why BERSIH was never held in Bukit Bintang or Petaling Street. So intense is the hatred towards UMNO for its ability to stand against DAP that they refuse to see that DAP is leading them to literally creating fights against Malays.

                    With UMNO leaders fighting each other and PAS bogs down with GHB, Chinese feels that the timing is perfect. PERFECT for what? Perfect to overthrow UMNO by making Najib an object of hate.

                    The scenario is just like before PRU13. chinese simply refused to see that though sizable Malays reject UMNO, the majority still voted UMNO in out of fear of “ini kalilah”.

                    Though now many malays too are angry at UMNO, I too see that the stronger Chinese attacking UMNO, the more they (Malays) defend UMNO.

                    Not out of love. Just that the fear against DAP is much more that hatred towards Najib. Though sentiments exist against Najib on the alleged USD 700 miliion, sentiments of rakyat too that those who wish UMNO dead will simply refuse any explanations that Najib offer or going to offer.

                    The last election shows that Chinese totally reject BN (meaning UMNO). BUt many ignore the analysis that the last election shows that in all stated won by BN(meaning UMNO), are UMNO government actually.

                    The last election shows that all states won by BN can be called “Kerajaan UMNO”.

                    The Malays are in phase of sakit hati dan meluat” against Najib. The next phase is evaluating the effect of bringing down Najib and implication of Malay losing power.

                    That is the reason why they still vote UMNO in or at least votte another malay party, PAS.

                    That does not mean UMNO is out of danger. It is facing the most defining moment of its history. For the first time the talk that UMNO may lose is becoming very real.

                    All because Najib has the habit of tolerating and worse wtill rewarding those who want him dead.

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                    • 31. Helen Ang  |  August 29, 2015 at 12:37 am

                      re: “The Malays are in phase of sakit hati dan meluat” against Najib.”

                      I understand. But we cannot allow ourselves to ikut rasa. We need to think through the implications with a cold, rational mind.

      • 32. Indian  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:26 pm

        As I thought…Indians got more things to worry about than 1MDB. :)

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        • 33. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:39 pm

          :)

          8 out of 10 Chinese support Bersih though.

          I believe they will carry over the antagonism and aggression that they’ve been “spewing” online onto the streets this weekend. All that hate dah menjadi darah daging dan sebati dengan jiwa. Bukan senang bagi perasaan benci yang meluap-luap itu untuk dikikis lagi.

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        • 34. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:50 pm

          Among the 23 percent Melayu who support Bersih,

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          • 35. RINA  |  August 28, 2015 at 6:17 pm

            Kalo Mak Lampir I don’t give a damn. Bukan ke makbapa dan dia kaw kaw Indon mali? Bukan tanah tumpah darah mereka ma..

            Plus the likes of Zairil fellas and many in PKR and DAP, do they know what MERDEKA is about?

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        • 36. orangkampung  |  August 28, 2015 at 8:46 pm

          I thought the same. Not much noise over Bersih from Indians. But what I find surprising is the age factor. That more of the youngest group find Bersih unfavourable. Doesn’t seem right.

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          • 37. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:18 pm

            The evangelical Christian Indians have been very gung ho though. But they may not have been reflected in the Merdeka Center survey as they do not consider themselves to be ‘Indian’.

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      • 38. Kamal  |  August 28, 2015 at 11:04 pm

        As I have said, thank God for the 10%. If not for these outliers of whom Malays like to quote – “Most Chinese colleagues and business people cannot be trusted but ooh isn’t the neighbourhood Ahpek sayur such a darling!” etc – the Chinese would be long be parang-ed. That one (or few) 10% is enough to earn a Malay person’s sangka baik tidak apa attitude.

        Sometimes I wonder if Malays have lower expectations of other people. I dare say more than half of the Malays I know are not lazy – yet even Malays think their own kind is lazy.

        On the other hand, more than half of Chinese people harbor anti government (possibly anti Malay) attitudes yet Malays don’t see them treasonous/derhaka. If anything, Malays are more inclined to call each other derhaka!

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        • 39. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:27 pm

          ‘Sometimes I wonder if Malays have lower expectations of other people.’

          Kami treats sengsara as part and parcel of living in this alam maya and be at peace (dah nama pun Muslims) with it already.

          ‘Kamal’ kena baca pasal moksha.

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      • 40. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:16 pm

        ‘Note that Merdeka Center survey found “10 percent” Chinese to be against Bersih 4.0. This ten percent is a very consistent group!’

        Yup the sane 10 percent. Like this Sebastian Loh.

        ‘Imagine if the year were 2019 and the Prime Minister of Malaysia were PKR’s Azmin Ali, Pakatan having won a historic election the year before. Hundreds of thousands of Umno supporters are camped out on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, demanding for his resignation. The capital is paralysed and so is the larger economy. Pakatan voters would be apoplectic at such a prospect, accusing Umno protesters of taking the country hostage and ignoring the election results. And yet in the present day, they seem intent on doing the same through Bersih 4. – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/what-you-think/article/bersih-and-the-dangers-of-protests-and-revolutions-sebastian-loh#sthash.MlJGT3eH.dpuf

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  • 41. Indian  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:50 pm

    I just hope all that antagonism and aggression doesn’t develop into provocation as it did long ago.

    Then again, maybe it should. Just to keep things under control for the next 46 years or so.

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    • 42. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 4:54 pm

      I seriously don’t reckon the Chinese will be able to pull back on all their hostility. It’s on an unstoppable momentum of its own. The Dapster evangelistas have been copiously feeding the Hate monster, and the creature has got its own will now.

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  • 43. RINA  |  August 28, 2015 at 6:45 pm

    Can the Police or Bersih4 organizers list down their;

    Names in full (as per mycard).
    I/C nombor
    Official address / correspondence
    Guarantor2 dan butiran mereka

    Bagi memudahkan kami2 yang akan saman gantirugi dan sebagainya sekiranya apa2 yg tidak ingin berlaku sabit perhimpunan haram tersebut.

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    • 44. RINA  |  August 28, 2015 at 9:06 pm

      Tolong compile gambar2 mereka yang pakai t-shirt Bersih4. Senang nak cam mereka2 ni nanti.

      Faham saja la, ni semua pesyen suka baling batu sembunyi tangan. Then start putting blames on others.

      Apapun if they take part, semua tu turut bersubahat. Kalau apa2 terjadi nanti all should also be held responsible. This time jangan lagi kasi muka.

      Reply
  • 46. Janman  |  August 28, 2015 at 7:37 pm

    Hate to announce that Helen is mentally retarded and psychologically impaired. She needs to see a psychiatrist now before it’s too late.

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    • 47. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:30 pm

      You must be more than all of the above, if you really think so and WTF are you doing here, NGOK?

      Reply
  • 48. wawe  |  August 28, 2015 at 8:01 pm

    hahahah..ape ko merepek ni, Jahanam(org kat atas ni)

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  • 49. RINA  |  August 28, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    ……..Bersih 2.0’s latest rally, dubbed Bersih 4, will take place this weekend in Kuala Lumpur, Kuching in Sarawak, Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, and several other cities worldwide…..themalaymail

    Worldwide dok tengah pening kepala, after d China Black Monday, hope they chase off these Bershit4 demonstrators like wht Singapore did once.

    Kasi deport, sini immigration tunggu dan terus kasi masuk lock-up.

    Yang under State or Federal scholarships, kasi tarik balik kemudahan with immediate effect.

    Please takmau lagi kasi muka sama dia olang ni semua.

    Parasites..

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  • 50. orangkampung  |  August 28, 2015 at 10:08 pm

    And MCA has finally come out of the closet.

    http://www.mysinchew.com/node/111079?tid=243

    Apa lagi Najib? Pecat jangan tak pecat.

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    • 51. Helen Ang  |  August 28, 2015 at 10:21 pm

      His party seniors Ong Ka Chuan (sec-gen) and Chew Mei Fun (VP) have rescinded the permission tho’.

      But to put Chong’s act in context:

      (1) Bersih 4.0 is calling for Najib’s resignation.

      (2) Chong is a Deputy Minister and appointed to his post by Najib in the recent Cabinet reshuffle.

      (3) By green-lighting MCA members to attend, Chong is not objecting the rally and could be interpreted as supporting the rally.

      (4) Chong does not appear to have any issue with Najib’s ouster.

      (5) Yup, you’re right. MCA’s slip is showing.

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      • 52. tebing tinggi  |  August 29, 2015 at 12:15 am

        MCA as well as Gerakan has done it before ,and they are doing it again and again ,Melayu memang mudah lupa ,but some don’t.

        Helen , you have been highlighting about J star’s for years, but nothing happened ,in fact they become closer and closer to Najib administration .

        I don’t think Najib dare to act, on any of them unlike such action is coming from UMNO and it’s members .

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        • 53. Helen Ang  |  August 29, 2015 at 12:40 am

          re: “Helen , you have been highlighting about J star’s for years”

          After the MCA is wiped out in GE14, The J-Star will naturally suffer the consequences of the MCA wipeout.

          I promise you that the MCA will be obliterated.

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          • 54. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:35 pm

            ‘But to put Chong’s act in context:’

            Itu Chong benarkan ahli MCA sertai Bersih 4 atas dasar benci Melayu dan Islam maa. Thus Ketuanan Cina bersatu. This must be it then. The guy had on record kata CINA MCA will kepong (nampak sangat Jinjang!) Parlimen kalau Hudud dibentangkan kelak.

            So much for kebebasan bersuara dan berekpresi eh Chong?

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